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Grateful Dead Live at Copps Coliseum on 1990-03-22


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Feel Like A Stranger, West L.A. Fadeaway, Easy To Love You, Beat It On Down The Line, It Must Have Been The Roses, The Last Time, Picasso Moon, Don't Ease Me In Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain, Samson & Delilah, Believe It Or Not, Truckin'-> Jam-> Drums-> Jam-> The Other One-> Hey Jude*-> Dear Mr. Fantasy-> Hey Jude Reprise-> Sugar Magnolia, E: It's All Over Now Baby Blue


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue Copps Coliseum
Location Hamilton, Ontario

Source Soundboard
Lineage SBD>>MC>>DAT>>CDA>>WAV(EAC)>>DAW(Bertha)>>SHN

Notes

Bertha Remaster of the Master Cassette source; SBD>>MC>>DAT>>CDA>>WAV(EAC)>>DAW(Bertha)>>CDA/SHN

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Reviews

Reviewer: nigeldavahah - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 13, 2015
Subject: The Best show I saw.
Best rock concert I ever saw.
Reviewer: shakedowninsteeltown - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 22, 2015
Subject: best show ever
this may be the best dead show ever.
Reviewer: Quiche - favoritefavoritefavorite - August 6, 2012
Subject: Not sure I get it either
Have to agree to an extent with Chester Burnett. This show is good, but... not that good. As for the Scarlet>Fire being top five... forgeddaboudit! The band probably played five better Scarlet-Fires in 1977 alone!
Reviewer: WDead - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 22, 2012
Subject: Great Second Night in Hamilton
A great trip. Spent night sleeping 6 in a van across the street from the stadium. Lots of fun in the parking lot. The beer store next door was getting a lot of attention. Great weather, even better music. I sure do miss those care free days of going to shows. Nice to have Furthur around for a flashback.
Reviewer: bryogi - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - December 17, 2010
Subject: Once in a while you get shown the Light...
Third run of shows for me and my buddies. What a great weekend!! Left Michigan in the middle of the night after playing cat and mouse with a cop trying to track us down for expired tags, rolled into Canada on a Greyhound and got a dive motel across the street. Scored some killer hash and proceeded to be privy to one of the greatest two nights in Grateful Dead history in my opinion. We were stoked for the shows at the time, yet didn't really know what we had heard until later hearing the shows on tape- we were at THAT show?!! Holy shit!! I have listened to this Scarlet-Fire so many times and am convinced it is the portal/gateway jam to the other dimensions- it takes all you got just to stay on the beat...Awesome good times with great friends and the greatest band of ALL TIME!!!!
Reviewer: clementinescaboose - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 2, 2010
Subject: scarlet>fire
appears on So Many Roads Boxset and i've always really dug it. never heard the rest of the show, thought its still up at nugs.net, so i'm thinking i may DL now...
Reviewer: childofthemoon - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - January 22, 2010
Subject: walking down the street today....
my favorite West LA Fadeaway of all time right here.
Reviewer: Zaorish - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 16, 2009
Subject: **Sound of mind exploding**
Man! Every once in a while you come across a Dead show that just re-boots your love of the band. This is one of those shows. You may reach directly for the Scarlet Fire but No! Take it slow--there are many rewards. Every song bursts with its own unique mix of emotion and energy. Even Brent's ETLU gets a great rendition. The Other One in here is deliciously loping and weird. Hey Jude > Dear Mr Fantasy > Hey Jude is a blowout, there's no way you can't just crank it up and sing along while listening. In particular, the mix of sound in this recording is just wonderful, the drums hit hard and reverberate beautifully throughout the stadium. Jerry's midi effects work extremely well here. They never try to imitate other instruments but instead enhance and more specifically state the emotion of each jam. And yes--the moment of transition from Scarlet to Fire will indeed BLOW YOUR MIND in the most classically creative Grateful Dead style. Download and enjoy.
Reviewer: FrankFoster - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 20, 2009
Subject: best of the tour ?
This show is up there as one of my favorite all time. During a great spring tour, this show is no doubt a standout. Both sets are tight. Opens with a very hot and flawless Stranger and then maybe the best ever West LA, followed by possibly the best ever ETLU. The MHBTR is all kinds of beautiful. The 2nd set opener S>F may be little fast, but it is fantastic. The transition jam is as tight as you will ever hear. The boys are all dialed in and on it for this combo. Brents vocals in Scarlet and also in Fire are great and then that carried over to his vocal work in Truckin'. I wish they would have tried the full Hey Jude more often. Excluding the vocal flubs it could have been perfect, because the Fantasy>HeyJude reprise is on fire. Someone else had said there wasn't a bust out in this show but I would disagree and say that the full Hey Jude takes that spot quite nicely.

This is a great any-era show, which requires a download.
Reviewer: BIG_R - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 27, 2009
Subject: LONG DISTANCE RUNNER
Phew! My ears are in heaven. Mind blowing performance. Off the hook Scarlet/Fire. Good sounding matrix too. I agree it would be nice for C Miller to get his hands on this one. I'm surprised it's not a Dick's pick.
Reviewer: cb18201 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 21, 2009
Subject: !!!!
this show is awesome. would love to see a Miller remaster of it. its due for an upgrade ide say.
Reviewer: longdistancerunner - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 25, 2009
Subject: babby blue
Sweet show. One of my favorites that I was in attendance for. One of the only Baby Blue's that I got to see live... Those were the days...
Reviewer: JerryInaPouch - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - January 3, 2009
Subject: SPRING of 1990- can we even begin to DEBATE?
4.5 Stars

HIGHLIGHTS:

West LA Fadeaway (it's raw and raunchy!!)

Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain (what can I even say about this one? Amazing!)

Truckin'-> Jam-> Drums-> Jam-> The Other One-> Hey Jude*-> Dear Mr. Fantasy-> Hey Jude Reprise-> Sugar Magnolia (wow...)

The setlist is missing something, maybe a Dark Star or a bust out? Once again: honest reviews by yours truly. Jerry is in COMMAND during the first set. The second set is just....jelly.

BEST SHOW EVER?!? No. If you follow my reviews you kNoW how DIFFICULT it is for me to give a TRUE FIVE star review. This is a 3.8 or 3.9 and since we can't break it down like that, we round UP (cuz' we are NICE like that!) 4 stars.
Reviewer: A_Phriend - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 20, 2008
Subject: scarlet/fire
I was about to buy the entire so many roads box set just for this scarlet/fire, but decided to check here first and im glad i did becuase this whole show rocks
Reviewer: northstar dead - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 8, 2007
Subject: Damn it
Could have went to these shows but did'nt. Was in Buffalo about 45 minutes away. Anyway this show smokes as does the other night of the Hamilton stop. Did catch em here in 92', but not the shows these were.
Reviewer: jrand67 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 8, 2007
Subject: There's always one!
Thanks to all those who shared some nice memories of this night, and 2 the one idiot who wasn't there but rated this a 2, WHATEVER!
East to love you is as good as it could be,(There is not one better) if you like Jerry, how could you not appreciate the Believe it or Not, his voice was great,it was heart felt, and as far as Scarlet-Fires go, this transition is sickly tight, and really might be one of the most seamless transitions ever, no its not Cornell 77, but what is, this was a very good show, not the best but one I would love to see again! Thanks
Reviewer: Evan S. Hunt - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 15, 2007
Subject: Believe It or Not -- Another Remasterpiece
This show deserves a 5, if not for it's stage flubs I would have awarded it so. A great recording and an almost great performance made superior by another Bertha Remaster which brings out the fullness of the bass.

Of particular interest to me is this version of Believe It or Not which is flawless in its subtlety and its grandeur. If you listen to Jerry sing these words you notice a hesitancy in their delivery. I get the impression that he loved the song and the sentiment behind it. It is as if Hunter designed this as statement to the world that Jerry could speak his heart of what he truly felt while in reality he was rather reclusive. Playing and singing is how Jerry showed his family, friends and his fans how much he loved us and while it was difficult to express in real life, the way he sings this song, showing how unsure of himself he was with speaking his innermost thoughts, the heart comes through. I can understand why this song was only performed a handful of times. He's clearly embarrassed with exposing his true self. This song seeks to expose it to us and he's saying he ain't gonna do it.

If you try to express your heart of love to the world the world throws it back into your face and calls you maudlin and mushy and a wuss.
Reviewer: cringle - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 28, 2007
Subject: Immense show
This show is SMOKIN even by vintage '90 standards!

I love the indoor stadium ambient sound here too, big fat bass and some depth...

And the boys RIP UP the tunes. There are moments in this show where I can not believe that that's Jerry playing what's being played, using that guitar sound. Even Bobby is managing mostly agreeable notes.

The only entire Hey Jude since '69 is pretty much an unfortunate clusterfuck thanks in no small part to Brent's blood content being roughly 50% alcohol, and the band stumbles through the potentially poignant "Believe it or Not",

But for the most part, if you can call a Dead Show FIERCE, this is a fierce Dead Show.
Reviewer: Chris Freedom - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 18, 2007
Subject: Believe it or Not
This show was north of the border, just a little out of reach. It is great to be able to hear what I missed. This was a great tour to be a Head. The boys were firing on all cylinders.
You can hear on this tour Brent really coming into his own not just on his own tunes but listen to him on Picasso Moon and the second set Scarlet opener.
I really like Believe it or Not but it shared the same fate as World to Give. The best one I heard was in Philly in the post drums Garcia slot so I wanted to check this one out sandwiched between Samson and Truckin-pre-drums
Never did get to see a show in Canada but did take
a mellow drive from the UP of Michigan all the way
to Ontario. Beautiful Country and very nice folks!
Reviewer: Dundasguy - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 9, 2007
Subject: Dream come true
I live a 40 minute walk from Copps. My first show was 1986 and it was a dream that the Dead were coming to my home town. I had to drive back from school to my house to go to the show. Picked up some Americian hitch hikers and made them KD at my house. My mother called from work and found out I brought hitch hikers home (and they were from the USA!) so she told me to get them out of the house. It was time to go to the show anyway. I was trilled to see the parking lot scene so close to my house. Had a blast. The front page of the paper the next day had a picture of 2 of my friends AND the hitch hikers together ! What a coincidence. One of my friends in the photo passed away a fews years back, so it is quite a photo to see. I was front row at the show. Blown away I was.
FYI - the Hey Jude mess up was because Jerry broke a string and they had to kill time to fix it. One of the best nights of my life ! Dan
Reviewer: dmilks - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 10, 2006
Subject: 3-22-90
Someone mentioned the Easy to Love You. One of my GD Fav's. The one from 3-15-90 is also quite excellent.

The Believe it or Not from this night is also excellent.
Reviewer: Trannyman - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 28, 2006
Subject: Best of Spring 90??
I really don't think this one is at the top of SPring 90. But, it is still fine indeed. Being a "best of" of 1990 is no easy feat.

1st set- Kinda strolls along in short order with average tightness and energy. Easy 2 is a nice break-out. Average Spring 90 1st set. (Not close to Albany or Nassau).

2nd Set- A nice addition to any collection. Fairly short versions of the tunes (a meaty Truckin) but tight and well played. As the other reviewer said, the drummers are outstanding this night. But the set does not approach the level of jamming and improvisation of any night at Nassau. Still, for folks who like it tight and high energy, a great set.
Reviewer: darkstar92772 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 17, 2006
Subject: Listen Closely to Truckin'
First off this show absolutely smokes. I love spring of '90. Unfortunately it was the beginning of the fall and decline of Brent Mydland. I was listening to this show through headphones yesterday and heard someone, I think Bobby say dammnit after he missed the first chorus of Truckin. I do think the setlist is a bit deceiving because I don't know about you all but I hear a full on Other One Jam at about the 7:30 mark. I think it should be labeled Truckin>Other One>Drums>Other One. Space which, by the way is a very cohesive jam has the Other One written all over. If this were a pre-retirement show that is how the setlist would read. I had overlooked this show for a long time. I don't know that I would go as far as say it's an all time great show, but It is as good as they come. Check out Brent in the first jam in Truckin. His keyboard has this swirling sound that at one point almost sounds like a Duane Allman style slide guitar lick. This is why I listen to these guys. There is always something new to hear. It is what it is, just exactly perfect.
Reviewer: RedWingDeadHead - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 8, 2005
Subject: Hamilton 1990
This WAS one of the best shows of 1990. The whole show is in the top 5. The quality is above average. The first set is tight, but the second set smokes. This was the best Scarlet/Fire of the year. Worth the Download!
Reviewer: msanime - favoritefavorite - March 31, 2005
Subject: You gotta be kidding me people
Weak 90s show - Only redeeming parta are the Hey Jude that was mellow, but not botched, and the Believe it or Not that was equally mellow, but tight. Everything else is boring and the worst tune pics you could get. I'd be dissapointed had I seen this show.

Audio is decent, but lots of Stadium sound.
Reviewer: sugarcube - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 23, 2005
Subject: CRAZY!
Other than the Hey Jude botch job...these were the 2 best shows I ever saw! I even managed to score some liquid from the only guy in canada who had any. Thank you whomever you were :) I'd give this show a five, and the recording a 3. And Brent's effort on Hey Jude a 1
Reviewer: Cucumber - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 23, 2005
Subject: Relaxed Canadaaaahhhh
People hardly ever mention this but, Billy (especially) and Mickey had a wicked show. They really add that "tightness" to the sound, sometimes. Hear the BIODTL and the Sugar, to see what I'm talking about.

But DO NOT miss the Scarlet Fire transition - even though it is really fast paced, everybody's on! (of course, what we all want to know is - is jerry on? he is)
Reviewer: factman - favoritefavoritefavorite - March 9, 2005
Subject: Matrix copy far better
Title says it all. This bertha remaster version is good, certainly enough that I still burned it when realizing I downloaded it instead of the matrix copy.
But I was also at this show and would probably argue it to be the hands-down best show out of the 68 I saw. I will probably download the AUD copy from here as well.
If you're looking for the version to have, back your browser up and point it at the other soundboard source on the screen.
Considering this is the first vault (not counting Dicks Picks--83 Hartford is it?) release of Scarlet->Fire I think it's safe to assume that even The Dead are pretty darn proud of this version. Not to discount the other epic pairings starting with Cornell and certainly not ending with 9-4-91.
Amazing show!
Reviewer: Deep Space - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 9, 2005
Subject: Scarlet>Fire
Top 5 all-time...? I think so. A great re-mastered version exists on the So Many Roads release...but most of you already know that probably.
It absolutly rocks.

The rest of this show is sweet ....The sound is decent enough. A- is probably about right as far as audio but A+ for performance...
Reviewer: Mike Andrews - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 21, 2004
Subject: Oh My Goodness!
Everyone - all six of 'em - were locked in at Copps this evening. The sound is a bit muddy, but so what. A show like this came along two or three times a year. Download now.
Reviewer: Lacey - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 17, 2004
Subject: Crazy Canadian Border patrol...
We left central New York early that morning anticipating what was yet to come. First, the Canadian border patrol had there way with all us Americans ready to dump our hard earned money on the Poor Canadian economy. Strip checks and cars being dismantled for about 2 hours got us all in the mood to get to the Copps arena in a hurry.The Dead must have been told about our misfotunes, because they came out with a vengance and played all the songs we were pondering for so many day's before..This was 1 concert i've been waiting to get my hands on, thank you so much!!!!
Reviewer: Lacey - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 17, 2004
Subject: Crazy Canadian Border patrol...
We left central New York early that morning anticipating what was yet to come. First, the Canadian border patrol had there way with all us Americans ready to dump our hard earned money on the Poor Canadian economy. Strip checks and cars being dismantled for about 2 hours got us all in the mood to get to the Copps arena in a hurry.The Dead must have been told about our misfotunes, because they came out with a vengance and played all the songs we were pondering for so many day's before..This was 1 concert i've been waiting to get my hands on, thank you so much!!!!
Reviewer: Chester Burnett - favoritefavorite - October 8, 2004
Subject: Who Turned Off Jerry's Mic?
This would have been a great show if someone had remembered to turn on Jerry's microphone. If you don't believe me listen to Don't Ease Me In. Bobby and Brent are fully audibly but Jerry's vocals are lost in the background. The same holds true for Scarlet and West L.A. It ruined the whole show for me. Certainly a great peformance but there must be a better version of this show out there somewhere.
Reviewer: kafur1us - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 26, 2004
Subject: Top Ten Concert
This is one of the best concerts I have heard.
Everyone was "on", I am surprised that this concert has not been selected for one of Dick's Picks releases. One super concert, Jerry is at his best, along with everyone else. I know I can only go stars, but this deserves 6 stars.
Reviewer: Deadhook1 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 17, 2004
Subject: The apex of the most underrated month in GD history
March of 1990 is without a doubt the most underrated Month in GD history. They were playing as well as they had ever played, a ton of energy, Jerry was on fire and the setlists are outstanding. THIS SHOW IS A 10 out of 10, DO NOT sleep on this month, particularly this show. I have this whole tour, and can't say enough how much this monthocks, how well they wereplaying, how great the sound was, and how this show is the centerpiece. One of my top 3 Dead shows of all time.
Reviewer: mux - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 19, 2004
Subject: Lineage
This is a Matrix Soundboard made from the 32 track mult-track source. Sorry this information did not make it into the text file.
jay
Reviewer: joshua313 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 17, 2004
Subject: Holy...
This show is absurd. The quality is good, but the music and energy is what really makes it. Highlights: west la, scarlet>fire, Sam and Dee, believe it or not, and a RETARDED truckin. yowsa.
Reviewer: johnnyg3 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 26, 2004
Subject: echo
Its not pure SBD but I love the deep echo. Did not make it up to Canada. Nice smooth flow to the music. Spring 1990 was over the top.
Reviewer: boo5270 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 24, 2004
Subject: Great 1990 show
The Scarlet Fire in this show is the best one I ever saw live. Samson rips nicely too. Smokin! The first set has a few songs that I don't typically love, but the versions of them were very very good and energetic...except for West L.A., which always stinks. All in all, this is a great show to have if you like the year 1990. Sound quality on this is excellent as well. Didnt quite sound like SBD, but close. I also met a heroin laden, eye bulging and whacked out Brent in a quiet hallway of the adjoining hotel MINUTES after the show the night before, so it has extra meaning for me.
Reviewer: BHLawrence - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 10, 2004
Subject: A Swell Dance Concert !!!
Damn I miss these guys all together.....and this is one reason why. This show SMOKES!!!
Reviewer: Mar-T - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 10, 2004
Subject: Pre-FM?
Yes, this is another great Spring '90 show and the hyperbole is well-deserved, since the playing is solid and often inspired. The Fire is one for the ages. The only reasons I don't give it 5 stars are that the first set is just average for the period and that the recording is lacking in high and low end richness, though it's great to feel like you're in the the auditorium.

I do question the pedigree of the recording, as it has the open sound of a pre-FM recording. This is NOT a pure SB. ...which is to say, it's still excellent, though a show like this deserves accurate advertising - especially since it will undoubtedly be downloaded by hordes here.

ENJOY!!! Download the whole spring '90 tour and lock yourself in a room for a week - you won't regret it...
Reviewer: jeffsetz - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 7, 2004
Subject: 1990 Top 5 show
The Scarlet->Fire is jaw-dropping good. The whole damn show just smokes. Makes you really miss the Brent era and remember just how great the Dead were prior to Jerry's Heroin haze.
Reviewer: Peacefuljon - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 7, 2004
Subject: Not to mention Hey Jude
The Hey Jude , Brent sings the whole version, Forgets the words in spots, Very Humble ...Fun all around. I was at this show and when Feel like a stranger came on I felt at Home...Canada can do that...ya know the border and lack of smoke..Good sound...
Reviewer: jerrygarcia - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 4, 2004
Subject: Easy to Love You
The Best "EASY TO LOVE YOU" period.
Reviewer: palivacinni - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 13, 2004
Subject: Sick Scarlet>Fire!
Great second set and one of the best Scarlet>Fires ever! I was there and the whole show was jaw droppingly good.
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